For those of you travelling to Wellington to attend the Conference we'd like to quote you one of our favourite local sayings "you can't beat Wellington on a good day". While you're here we hope you have time to take a stroll around the waterfront, ride the Cable Car and enjoy the dramatic views of our growing cityscape, visit the Carter Observatory, or simply enjoy Wellington's vibrant café scene.
Wellington airport is a picturesque 18 minute drive to the conference venue (via Evans Bay and Oriental parade). There are direct daily flights between Gold Coast, Sydney and Melbourne.
Please click here for a map of downtown Wellington - showing attractions, accommodation, transport and amenities.
Information (including map) for parking at the venue can be found on this page:
Te Papa will offer a special day event attendees rate of $12.00. Day hourly parking rate is $3.50 and night hourly is $2.00 from 5pm to 2am the next day. Rates for parking are inclusive of GST. Car parking validation will be done within Oceania during conference hours prior to pay station departure where the flat $12.00 rate will apply.
Pre & Post conference activities
Wellington is a cosmopolitan city with an energetic personality and variety of activity.
City and activities: https://www.wellingtonnz.com/discover/sights-activities/
Regional excursions: https://www.wellingtonnz.com/discover/explore-the-regions/
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Venue - MUSEUM OF NEW ZEALAND TE PAPA TONGAREWA
Te Papa - New Zealand's iconic and innovative national museum located in the heart of Wellington's beautiful waterfront.
As well as being a six level museum, it is also a unique conference and functions venue that combines serious business with outstanding hospitality.
To find out what's on at Te Papa during the Conference visit their official website.
Click here to download a venue map
Historical averages for early October show daily range 9 - 15 degrees Celsius
The season dates for World of Wearable Art Awards Show (WOW) are 27 September - 14 October 2018.
Tickets will be available online from 1 February 2018.